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Deila backed by fellow Norwegian
Henning Berg has backed Ronny Deila to make a success of his time at Celtic, believing he can become the Arsene Wenger of Scotland.
Berg, who manages Legia Warsaw, has said that Deila has the ability to change the culture of Scottish football, but he will need time.
"He’s right to do what he thinks needs to be done and I expect all the players and fans to support him," he said to the Daily Record. "Critics will have a field day if he doesn’t get results but that’s normal, every club in every country is like that."
“Arsene Wenger changed the culture so it can be done but you need results."
“Celtic is the right club for him and Ronny is the right man for Celtic."
Deila believes Celtic will win trophies
Ronny Deila is adamant that Celtic will have more silverware to add to their packed trophy cabinet at the end of the season.
The Bhoys have made a poor start, and lost at home to Hamilton last weekend, but Deila believes things will turn around.
"We were very disappointed we didn't get a better result against Hamilton, but we are going to fight to win trophies," he said to the Scottish Evening Times. "That's what we are going to work the whole season for, and I have a strong belief we are going to do that."
Barrie McKay enjoying loan spell
Rangers youngster Barrie McKay is enjoying being able to play regular football, whilst out on loan at Raith Rovers.
The prospect has been sent out to gain experience of first-team football and thrown right into the first-team, which is something he has taken great confidence from.
"It is good to be playing competitive games every week," he said to the Scottish Evening Times. "I am loving it. The gaffer has shown a lot of confidence in me to throw me in and let me play. I have to take a lot of confidence from the fact he has put his faith in me."